K-Pop Star Winner Park Ji Min "I Used the $300,000 Reward for..."
By Staff Writer | May 02, 2012 04:13 PM EDT
Winner of 'K-pop Star' Park Ji Min appeared on news and shared her reflections regarding winning the 7 month long audition program.
SBS ‘Night Line’ last night aired Park Ji Min holding an interview with the topic, ‘The Dream of Future K-Pop Star Park Ji Min.’
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Anchor asked Park Ji Min if she expected that she would win, she answered "No, I wasn’t thinking of anything at that moment I was just standing there. Now that a day has passed I feel relieved and sad at the same time.”
She was asked how she will be using the prize money, in which she shyly answered, “I will be giving it to my parents who has raised me until now."
Park Ji Min shared that the pressures to perform better and weight lost to be the most difficult part during the 7 month journey. She selected ‘Rolling in the Deep’ to be the most memorable song.
She said "I will be going back to school to study since the audition is finished. I wish to sing for a long time and become a singer that can touch people.”
Singing sensation Park Ji Min won SBS Survival Audition 'K-pop Star' last Sunday. She was awarded $300,000, an opportunity to release a worldwide album with one of the three major labels as well as a Hyundai i40.
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